Poor Digestion is a very common thing that millions of people from all over the world experience daily. From food allergies, stress, and imbalances to smoking and drinking alcohol and caffeine up to unhealthy eating habits, these can all inhibit poor digestion. Our digestive system is not really a complicated system but we do have to take very good care of it. We all know how it feels to have poor digestion that leaves us feeling bloated, cramped, and out of our regular energy. Most experience poor digestion only at certain times and ignores it more often than not. But what everyone should know is that poor digestion can be helped by making the necessary dietary and lifestyle changes and strictly following it. Otherwise, poor digestion can lead to a variety of more serious medical problems that might need immediate medical attention. Poor digestion signs and symptoms are very common and almost everyone had experienced one or two of these symptoms throughout their life. But it takes great effort to recognize that you are already having the signs and symptoms of poor digestion and act on it as soon as possible.
Here are some of the most common symptoms:
- Frequent burping
- Bowel irregularities
- Abdominal distention
- Unexplainable fatigue
- Constant hunger pangs
- Muscle pain (back, neck, shoulder, middle and lower back)
Poor digestion is usually a result of poor eating habits that in turn causes distress to the digestive system that will result in an imbalance in the microflora. However, a number of other factors can lead to a distressed digestive system. It is important that you recognize what is causing you to have a poor digestion before taking anything even if it is just an over-the-counter medicine.
The most usual culprits of poor digestion are not getting enough water, unhealthy eating habits, eating too much of processed foods, and too much stress. Water can be your best friend if you feel like you are already experiencing poor digestion. It has the capability of protecting your stomach from the acid that can trigger ulcer formations in the stomach. Poor digestion is not something that warrants immediate medical attention unless you are already experiencing severe stomach pain but it is also not something that you should ignore until it gets worse. We, as a holistic center, approaches poor digestion the way it should be addressed. There are many natural ways of combating and improving Poor Digestion that does not include the use of over-the-counter medicines.
The most important thing is for you to take action, acknowledge, and religiously follow what we suggest you should do for your own benefit.